Wednesday, March 10, 2010

EPA Ozone Hearing, March 16th

The Sierra Club, Downwinders at Risk, and Public Citizen, coming together as the North Texas Clean Air Task Force, are initiating a DFW public hearing on the proposed new EPA ozone pollution standard on March 16th at Arlington City Hall in Arlington from 3pm to 7 pm.

This your chance to let your voices and concerns be heard. The more people that show up, the louder our voices.

ADDRESS: Arlington City Hall, 101 W. Abram Street, Arlington, TX 76010


SPEAKER: Dr. Al Armendariz, EPA Region 6 Administrator

Here are a few recent articles about the EPA.
EPA chief concerned about gas drilling fluids
Greens hail Supreme Court action on flaring loophole
EPA Piecing together regulatory framework for greenhouse gas rules

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I used to work for a specialty chemical company and had to deal with the EPA, which regulated many of our products. Based on that experience, I would not trust anything that an EPA administrator says. They are incompetent bureaucrats, some with a polital ax to grind, some just playing out the hand until retirement. From what I have heard from my former colleagues at this company, the EPA has only gotten more inept.